I'm going to be royalty!

Dear [my full name], I am writing this letter in confidence believing that if it is the wish of God for you to help me out of this predicaments, God almighty will bless and reward you abundantly am Miss Hendar N Marlene 21 years of age and single, Despite the fact that I am from royal family. I will love to have a long-term relationship with you and to know more about you and build up a solid foundation with you in time coming after I have gone through a profile that speaks good of you. Well, my father was the managing director of Marlene and Associate (Ltd) and was the personal advancer to Mr. Jean-Bertrand Aristide former Head of State of our country ( HAITI ) that was forced out of the Country to exile in 2004, before the Disaster's Earthquake that devastates the cities killing tens of thousand of people with my father, mother and two of my brothers early this year, i was the only member of the family that survived and managed to make my way out of the country as a refugee to Malaysia . My father deposited the some money in a Bank, years back which he deposited with my name as the next of kin and the bank has told me that due-to my status as a refugee that i can not operate the account and they told me to look for a foreigner who will stand on my behalf and claim the money into a foreign account. Now, I urgently need your humble assistance to move this money from the firm into your country I will want to confide some certain things with you and I want you to keep it secret to yourself. I received a letter from my fathers bank that I have been giving 21 working days by the bank to come and CLAME/REACTIVATE my late fathers account in there bank, before there bank inventory activities will commenced, or the money will be declared DOMANT and CONFISCATED by the Government .Please, note that this transaction is 100% risk free and I hope to commence the transaction as quick as possible, I will send you my contacts and other information as soon as I got you well. Yours sincerely, Miss Hendar.

It doesn't really surprise me that these spammers managed to find my e-mail address. I'm slightly miffed as to where they got my full name from, though. It may have been a dodgy job searching website where I posted my CV to earlier. My own fault, I guess. I find myself mildly entertained by this e-mail, yet at the same time want to deny those who are behind this their right to exist. Spammers and scammers are among the most evil things in this world.

(says the person who's working on a tool called the Hedge Fund Information Provider...)




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